Radio Row Rundown

During the week leading up to the Super Bowl, many players and other NFL personalities make the rounds doing radio interviews on “Radio Row.”

Forge Leadership Network made its own rounds on radio shows that week. We were blessed by the opportunity to introduce the work of Forge to seven different radio shows, hosts, and audiences that week.

In order of appearance, we joined:

Monday 1/26: YES FM 89.3 Toledo “Wake Up Call Morning Show” with hosts Tommy Briggs and Jeff Howe.

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Monday 1/26: Faith and Friends Radio “New Day News Update” with host Melody Morris.

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Monday 1/26: WHKW AM 1220 “From The Median” with host Molly Smith, Director of Cleveland Right to Life.

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Tuesday 1/27: WFCJ FM 97.3 “The Afternoon Drive” with host Ken Kettering (pictured above).

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Wednesday 1/28: WHLO 640 AM “TEA Party Talk with Tom Z” with host Tom Zawistowski (live recording then aired Saturday morning 1/31).

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Wednesday 1/28: 880 WRFD AM “Bob Burney Live” with host Bob Burney

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Friday 1/30: 1110 WGNZ AM “Politically Wise” with host Rev. Thomas Wise (aired Saturday February 14th)

You can listen to all of the above interviews by clicking the hyperlinks above. All shows were one or two segments with the exception of “From The Median” which was a 4-segment interview.

Forge is very thankful to all of these hosts for their generous hospitality and support of the mission of Forge Leadership Network.

Sincerely,

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Adam Josefczyk

Executive Director – Forge Leadership Network

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Adam Josefczyk
Adam is passionate about investing his future in the future of students who will become the next innovators in the marketplace, champions of free enterprise, inspiring educators, shapers of culture, and statesmen and stateswomen in government.

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